|6829 Hyen, Norge|
|6900 Florø, Norge|
|6829 Hyen, Norge|
|Hope 24, 6829 Hyen, Norge|
|Fv544 3, 6900 Florø, Norge|
|Unnamed Road, 6737 Ålfoten, Norge|
|Lundavegen 20, 6737 Ålfoten, Norge|
|VV49+89 Torheim, Norge|
|Ulvesbakken 10, 6823 Sandane, Norge|
|Fv700 2, 6823 Sandane, Norge|
|Rv5 18, 6900 Florø, Norge|
|Hamnegata 1, 6900 Florø, Norge|
|Fv573 8, 6734 Rugsund, Norge|
|W4QC+Q3 Måløy, Norge|
|WX4R+HG Nordfjordeid, Norge|
|Q79R+JH Svelgen, Norge|
Ålfotbreen is easily accessible from many approaches.
The roads leading to the area are the E39, Rv5 and Fv615 and Fv614, then via country roads and private roads. These then lead to the many car parking spaces around the protected area. Visitors may use the private roads but there is a road toll that has to be paid.
It is possible to take a bus to many of the approaches and villages in the area. Have a look for some of the transport hubs on the map and find updated bus company timetables.
Local bus Indre Nordfjord og Ytre Sunndfjord-Ytre Norfjord
The express boat sails between Bergen, Nordfjord and Sogn.
Activities and experiences
Nordfjord Aktiv organizes guided tours and equipment rental such as bikes and electric bikes.
Visitors can become more familiar with the red deer at the farm called Hjortegarden in Ålfoten.
Hope is located along the Fv.615 just west of Hyen. Here, visitors can find ample parking space and toilet facilities. From here, visitors can follow the signposted trail up to Gjegnabu and continue further on towards Gjegnen.
Hope is also a starting point for several other hiking destinations in the protected area.
Ålfoten is located along the Fv. 614 on the north side of the glacier and the protected area. Here, visitors can find several approaches. One can travel into the Førdedalen valley Valley and follow the signposted trail towards Saga and Keipen.
From Åskora, visitors can follow a signposted trail up towards Åskoravatn Lake and then continue on to the highest peak at Ålfotbreen, 1385 m above sea level. Visitors can also follow the road that runs along the fjord right to the power plant at Yksneelvane. Visitors can walk along the construction road up to Bjørndalen and then walk on towards Gjegnen.
Following Fv. 5698 in along Nordalsfjorden, visitors will find Grøndalen. at the end of this road. Visitors may park their cars at the signposted parking lot and follow the trail towards Blåbrebu.
There are many ‘roadless’ farms along the shores of Nordfjorden that can only be accessed by boat. There is a harbor at Mettenes where you can moor your boat and then walk along the trail that leads up to Skjerdingane.
There are many places around Ålfotbreen where one can stay the night.